Merseyrail has urged passengers to only travel for "essential purposes" as new lockdown measures are introduced in the Merseyside region from tomorrow.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced that from Tuesday, new measures would be placed in the entire region to try and combat the rapid rise in covid-19 infections.
Rail services will continue to operate as timetabled to support those that do need to travel, such as to and from school or work.
Passengers who do need to use Merseyrail services are being advised to follow safety advice to protect themselves, other passengers, and staff.
This includes wearing face coverings at all times unless exempt.
Passengers are also advised to use contactless payments where possible, and to avoid peak travel times (between 7am and 9.30am, and 4pm to 6.30pm).
Merseyrail Managing Director Andy Heath said: "As new restrictions come into place for parts of our region on Tuesday, we all must play our part to fight the spread of covid-19.
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"I would like to remind those passengers travelling with us for work and education to please follow our travel advice and ensure that they wear a face covering for the duration of their journey – including at stations – for the safety of themselves, fellow passengers and our staff."
Full timetables and details can be found on the Merseyrail website, and passengers are encouraged to check before they travel.
This can be done by visiting the Merseyrail website, the Merseyrail Twitter account @merseyrail or by sending a message on WhatsApp on 0151 555 1111.